Congratulations Class of 2019! You are now leaving our campus and moving on with your lives. We wish you God's richest blessings. As you continue to discover the paths God has prepared for you to travel, our love and support go with you. "For I know the thoughts that I think toward you, says [...]
The seniors planned very nice Sabbath School and church services. Elder Mike Edge spoke about leaving the nest and flying on our own in the strength of the Lord. We were very blessed. [...]
We were blessed with a beautiful consecration service to start the Sabbath. Ramon Hilario gave an inspiring message. Congratulations, seniors, you're almost done! [...]
This afternoon, the student body elected new Student Association officers for this coming year. Congratulations to our new officers! We are praying that you God will bless you as you prepare to lead.
On Tuesday the Student Association provided a very fun picnic at Blue Mounds State Park. We really enjoyed hanging out on the playground, tug-o-war, soccer, and softball. After a hike to the lookout tower, we had a delicious meal provided by the cafeteria. A big thank you to the SA officers and sponsors and [...]
It's hard to believe it's already time to say goodbye! On Wednesday evening, students said farewell to each other with a traditional exchange of flowers. Each student was given two flowers to share. Each flower was to be shared with words of appreciation or apology. When the blossoms had switched hands multiple times, we [...]
This year, the Senior Class of 2019 spend a much of class trip helping others. On Sunday, we volunteered at Buckhorn State Park, preparing for the summer season. We raked leaves, picked up sticks, cleared limbs, and removed trash at a picnic area by the lake. We stayed at Camp Wakonda and enjoyed a [...]
Here are the class portraits from Sabbath afternoon. Enjoy!
As requested, here pictures of alumni weekend. Although the meetings were well-attended, we know many of you were unable to come. We had a good time and we hope this helps you feel just a bit more like you were here. We honored the classes of 1949, 1959, 1969, 1979, 1989, 1994, 1999, and [...]
I had a chance to pop into the Chemistry class last week during a lab. The students heated magnesium and allowed it to react with oxygen to produce an oxide. Anyone remember what happens to magnesium when this takes place?